Review of Missing by Kelley Armstrong

Winter Crane didn’t think there was anything unusual about all of the young people who had left Reeve’s End as soon as they graduated High School in Missing.Her own sister had done so and she was planning to leave too. But after she saves Lennon Bishop wild dogs, she starts to question everything she thought […]

Review of A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest

Sofia Claremont has just turned seventeen when her life changes forever in A Shade of Vampire.She’s abducted and taken to a place called The Shade, a refuge for vampires. She’s to be a gift for the vampire prince Derek Novak, who has just woken from a four hundred year sleep. His sibling expect him to […]

Review of The Unquiet Past by Kelley Armstrong

Tess has never known a home other than the orphanage she grew up in. When the orphanage burns down, the sixteen year old is sent out on her own with a phone number, an address and some money to discover where she came from in The Unquiet Past.What she finds in rural Quebec is a […]

Review of Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

A new series starts with the first book of The Great Library series, Ink and Bone.In a dystopian future where The Great Library controls the distribution of all books and no longer allows the common people to own actual paper copies, young Jess Brightwell is the son of an illegal book dealer, brought up with […]

Review of Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong

Kelley Armstrong starts a new fantasy series with Sea of Shadows.Sixteen year old twin sisters Moria and Ashyn are the new Keeper and Seeker of Edgewood, a town that sits on the edge of the Forest of the Dead, where exiles are sent to die. Ashyn’s job is to find the souls of the dead […]